The Warehouse Project reveals 2023 season line-up, announces debut Antwerp event

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The Manchester club series, founded in 2006, will welcome the likes of Black Coffee, Overmono, VTSS and Charlotte de Witte across the 2023 season.

The Warehouse Project 2023 season has been announced. Returning to Depot Mayfield this September, the nightlife institution will host a handful of previously announced opening shows featuring artists such as Jayda G, SHERELLE, Honey Dijion and more between 16 and 30 September.

The first new show to be announced will be Black Coffee’s debut Warehouse Project appearance, taking place in the venue’s Concourse on 22 September. Elsewhere, attendees can expect to catch DJs including Joy Orbison, VTSS, Moodymann and Barry Can’t Swim at Depot Mayfield on 14 October. Overmono will also play live at this event. The rest of the season will see shows with the likes of Layla Benitez, Fisher, Annie Mac, Flava D, Roger Sanchez, Conducta and Sammy Virji, and many more. A Charlotte de Witte KNTXT label takeover has been announced for 24 November.

Elsewhere the Warehouse Project, which relocated to its vast current home in 2019, will be heading to Antwerp, Belgium, for its debut show in the city on 28 October. Taking over the Waagnatie industrial complex, the party will host Bicep, TSHA, KI/KI, Eclair Fifi and more.

Warehouse Project pre-sale tickets go on sale on Thursday (27 July) at 10am (BST). General sale tickets will go on sale this Friday (28 July) at 10am (BST). Head to WHP’s site for further information and listen back to the KI/KI Crack Mix below.